It’s a real pick ‘n’ mix of delicious customer designs this week, all with a bright, bold and eye-catching edge. Check ‘em all out and be inspired to create your own stand out stationery and print items! Go on we know you want to be nosy!
Falkirk-based Michelle Walker has been on the blog a few times but always with her beautiful wedding stationery, so it’s great to see clear stickers also in action! They are the perfect choice for designing product labels, and here they are fresh and bright on cold brew teas and coffees.
Freelance illustrator Josie made these bright and beautiful business cards and don’t they show off her skills fabulously! She loves hand lettering, patterns and all things colourful. All her work has us dreaming of another heatwave!
Maker, baker, grower and sewer Milly is a lover of all things home, art and crafty. The Cotswolds based craft queen and artist designed her very own wedding invitations, and they are stunning. We love the colour combinations and intricate details – so talented Milly and we hope your big day is as beautiful as all your creations!
We are so proud to count Londoner-based artist Kit as one of our customers, especially when it comes to her designs being shown at Comic Con. Shaun Gilmore of Critical Role got a lot of attention on Twitter, so make sure you give Kit a follow! She’s produced work for Geek & Sundry, Channel 4, PlayStation and much more!
Millennials will go wild for marble and rose gold invitations, so Blackburn-based Kirsty knew what she was doing combining her marble style invitations with our new copper foiling finish! So classy, understated, polished – perfect really! Excellent use of a sequin background in your photos too Kirsty!
If your business needs a little TLC, York-based Se7en Services are here to help. From company setup to security, finance IT support and more, it’s all on their rather swish flyers. Together, we think we made your print the best it could be, right?!
Stationery and design studio Love Paper Co. made this oh-so-pretty bespoke stationery set for Kim and Pete. The neutral tones work together so well and make the whole set look simple and chic. Aberdeenshire based Stacey has an inspiring Insta account so make sure you give her a follow!
And rounding this week off is Bury St Edmunds based artistic creatives Off The Press, who specialise in high quality screen prints. They’re all about being environmentally friendly too, which is why these kraft paper business cards suit them down to the ground!
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!